Our lab is staffed by graduate and undergraduate research assistants. We primarily use eye-tracking in the visual world paradigm to examine real-time phonological processing; other research methods include recorded and transcribed speech and phonetic and statistical analysis.

Interested in being a part of the Phonological Processing Lab? We invite hard-working, motivated undergraduate and graduate students to work on our projects. If you're interested in working with us, send me an email with your CV or resume and an explanation of why you think you'd work well in the lab.